This Week’s Headlines, November 30, 2017

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East Barnard resident Floyd Van Alstyne talks with filmmaker Neil Goodwin at the Van Alstyne farm recently. (Rick Russell Photo)

He’s Got Stories to Tell

Filmmaker Captures the History of a Lifetime
by Rick Russell, Standard Correspondent

 

Top Stories
Unclaimed Money, Scams on the Rise
by Gareth Henderson, Standard Staff

EDC Creating Corrdinatior Post
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Third Post Office in Hartland’ Future
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

After Decades, WUHS Sports Fan Still ‘Loves It All’
by David Miles, Sports Correspondent

He’s Got Stories to Tell; Filmmaker Captures the History of a Lifetime
by Rick Russell, Standard Correspondent

Barnard Firehouse Finished Under Budget
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

Regarding Land: To Post, or Not to Post?
by Curt Peterson, Standard Correspondent

TRORC Informs Local Officials on Amendments
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Hartalnd Committee: Sell Route 12 House
by Virginia Dean, Standard Correspondent

Fire Extinguisher Recall Issued
by Eric Francis, Standard Correspondent

Coolidge Site Holiday Open House Set for Dec. 2


OBITUARIES
Gladys Cameron
Pauline ‘Pollie’ Parkhurst
Richard ‘Dick’ Webster

PHOTO GALLERIES all photo galleries
HES Variety Show
Hartland Elementary School’s 2017 Variety Show presented by HES Drama Club, was held on Nov. 18 at the school.

RES Thanksgiving Feast
Reading Elementary School held its annual Thanksgiving community feast on Tuesday, Nov. 21.

Zack’s Place Turkey Trot, 2017
The 11th annual Zack’s Place Turkey trot was held in Woodstock. The 5k race benefits Zack’s Place a community enrichment center for people with special needs.

Quechee Artisan Fair
The Quechee Club hosted an artisan craft fair on November 25-26.

Mutasia Book Signing
Mutasia Entertainment, LLC, a children’s entertainment company celebrated the launch of its latest children’s adventure book with an event at Yankee Book Shop in Woodstock on Saturday, Nov. 25.

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